A Masters in Business Administration (MBA) helps teach you all the skills needed to progress in business. The course is aimed at business professionals who want to take their business career to the next level.
As a result of their studies, MBA students can enjoy promotions and career progression which may have not been available to them previously. In a survey by the Association of MBAs (AMBA), the number of students in senior management roles went from 12.8 percent, before joining an MBA course, to over a third in the months following graduation.
When studying for an MBA, you have the choice whether to study for a general MBA or to go for a more specialised course. Which you choice will depend on your own circumstances and just how mapped out your career is.
If you’re still contemplating whether a general or specialised MBA course is the one for you, Manchester Met MBA have created a handy flowchart to help you decide. Asking the important questions about your current situation and what you are planning for in the future, the quiz may be able to help you make the life-changing decision.
Try out the flowchart below and see whether you should take the general or specialised route with your MBA studies:
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